Air Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps

Air Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps are an energy efficient way to produce hot water and heat your home.

The main difference between Air Source heat pumps and Ground Source heat pumps is where they get their heat from:
  • Air Source Heat Pumps absorb heat from the air.
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps absorb heat from the ground.
Using an air or ground source heat pump mean less energy is required from the grid to heat your home and water, therefore energy bills are vastly reduced. Using less energy means lower carbon emissions.

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How a Heat Pump works

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Heat collection

Heat is collected via Air Source or Ground Source heat pump. The heat is transferred to refrigerant within pipes.

Home is heated

Heat is transferred to the home via radiators or underfloor heating.

Compression

Increasing the pressure raises the temperature.

Expansion

Refrigerant in pipes expands and cools.
  • Heat collection

    Heat is collected via Air Source or Ground Source heat pump. The heat is transferred to refrigerant within pipes.
  • Home is heated

    Heat is transferred to the home via radiators or underfloor heating.
  • Compression

    Increasing the pressure raises the temperature.
  • Expansion

    Refrigerant in pipes expands and cools.

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